Nectarine Crumble (Vegan & Gluten-free)
September marks the beginning of Autumn, shorter days, cooler evenings and comfort food. I can’t think of a better way to welcome this month than with a bowl of warm crumble with a generous serving of cold custard!
With the GBBO in full swing (in case you haven’t noticed with all the tweets and facebook posts), everyone is in the mood for baking. Even though we would all like to spend countless hours decorating a cakes or creating patisserie style treats, the reality is that most of us just don’t have much time to bake.
If you’re new to baking, have never baked before or you’re looking to bake something that doesn’t require much preparation or washing up after, then this nectarine crumble recipe is for you.
The recipe only calls for a handful of ingredients, a baking dish and a bowl to mix the crumble ingredient in. That’s it!
It’s vegan, dairy-free and free from refined flours and gluten. Do you need more reasons to try this recipe?
Visit the Metro site to get the full recipe.
*This recipe is commissioned by Metro, however all opinions are my own.
This looks delicious!!! (I failed to make a fruit crumble yet again this year! Ugrh!)
Such a gorgeous idea to use up the last of the late summer nectarines. Off to check out the recipe.
This looks absolutely scrumptious, I love nectarines and crunchy walnuts, such a great idea for a rainy day like today 🙂
Mmmm, save me a bowl full!
This looks amazing! love that its vegan too. It’s going on my bake list!
o..I just can’t get enough of that nutty streusel! This looks SUPERB!
I absolutely LOVE crumble (especially with custard!!) but I’ve never tried it with nectarine. Brilliant idea!
This is right up my alley! Yummy ♥
SUCH a beautiful crumble! I cannot wait for fall because of the amazing vegetable produce it provides! Looking forward to all of the tomato, eggplant and pumpkin recipes!
This vegan nectarine crumble looks so exotic and delicious Nadia. Looking forward for all your upcoming recipes, because I know they all are gonna rock! 🙂